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... 42 km from the city of Merida. To access the cenotes of Cuzama, a small “truck” is boarded, which was once used to transport the plant of henequen to the machine house for processing. The truck is like a small train carriage, which is pulled by a horse on rails. Initially our horse wasn't too keen to be pulling our carriage, and kept stopping for some grass. The horse pulling the other carriage was even trying to eat while running along, lol! The ...
The owner of our hostel, Moses, was a really nice guy and one day he offered us to take his car and gave us a driver so we could explore everything we wanted around Merida. We went with two girls from Bristol and a german guy, we all met again at other stages of our travel. We decided to start with a caving tour we heard about. It is a family owned cave system that is 7km long and there are NO safety means at all. ...
... cave, I was in complete disbelief we were under the ground swimming amongst millions of years in the making. There aren't many moments in this life where your world stands still and you get a true glimpse at real beauty. A window of treasured consciousness! I lay on my back floating with my ears just below the surface, all I could hear was the sound of my own breathing. I couldn't believe it, I was swimming in a cave, just me, Stuie and four other people. This was a moment i ...
... a group of them decided to fly off. They start running on the water while flapping their wings, their long and stick-like legs fully exposed. And after running for what seemed like 10-15 seconds, they took off! Fully extended, I would say that some of these flamingos were nearly as tall as me. It was an amazing sight.
After that, the boat zoomed into the mangroves! I don't think I have been as excited an awe-struck ever in my life! I honestly ...
... job and depends on her husband to send money. Mama said that living in Mexico is very difficult for Tania, especially considering she has no job and also sends all three kids to a private school. This promted a discussion about the private vs. public ("government") schooling here in Merida, and I gave her my opinion of the divide in the states. Mama explained that the majority of students in the public school system don't want to go on to the university, and if ...